Quiet Times For Couples
Would you like to discover a deeper, richer intimacy with your spouse and with God? These 366 daily readings on selected Scripture verses provide a framework for open conversation, making it easy for couples to share about their inner lives....
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Would you like to discover a deeper, richer intimacy with your spouse and with God? These 366 daily readings on selected Scripture verses provide a framework for open conversation, making it easy for couples to share about their inner lives.
In this freshly designed trade edition of the bestselling daily devotional Quiet Times for Couples (more than half a million copies sold), noted counselor and author Norm Wright provides the help couples need to nurture their marriages. In just a few moments together each day, couples will discover a richer intimacy with each other and with God. They are encouraged to share their fondest dreams and deepest thoughts--creating memories in these quiet times together.
A couple will look forward to closing the doors on the frenzied world and taking turns reading the devotions. The Scripture verses and meditations guide them in applying God's Word to their lives and marriage, and the daily discussions will fill their relationship with a new expression of God's promises and an everlasting love toward one another.
This is the perfect gift--thoughtful and inspirational--for all couples at any stage of life and relationship.
Dr. H. Norman Wright is one of America's most prominent Christian counselors. He is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. Dr. Wright is a graduate of Westmont College, Fuller Theological Seminary (M.R.E.), Pepperdine University (M.A.). He has written numerous best-selling books on Communication, Family and Parenting. His titles include Communication: Key to Your Marriage; Always Daddy's Girl; Quiet Times for Couples; The Power of a Parent's Words and the Premarital Counseling Handbook. Dr. Wright is currently on the faculty of the Talbot School of Theology and was the former director of their Graduate Department of Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.